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**********Press Release*********** Healthy Communities is a Focus of 2015 Local Food Conference

Winter Edition of UNCW Magazine: Research Redefined: Dec 23rd page 10 growingtogether

Feast Down East/SENCFS 5TH Annual Regional Conference Friday February 6, 2015 from 8:am-4:pm

Feast Down East Feb. 6 2015 Workshop Schedule

Feast Down East Feb. 6 2015 Conference Agenda

Feast Down East Building the Bridge: from Local Farms to Local Folks Feb 6, 2015 8:am-4:pm Burney Center UNCW

Evaluation of New Hanover County's Drug Treatment Court Shows Signs of Success-Dr. Christina Lanier and Dr. Kristen DeVall-

WHQR- When the state stopped funding Drug Treatment Courts in 2011, New Hanover County stepped up to support the program.To measure effectiveness since that switch, the drug court commissioned an evaluation, which was completed last week. UNCW sociology researchers found marked success, though recidivism rates for drug court clients are widely considered to be hard to gauge.

New produce operation pops up in Hillcrest Community Dec. 5, 2014

UNCW Students, Faculty Tour U.S. Supreme Court-with one of our Instructors November 11-12, 2014 Babette Boyd

uncw students traveled to Washington DC

International Criminal Justice Dates May 26, 2015 to June 21,2015 Program Leader Babette J. Boyd & Dr. Mike Maume



Department of Sociology and Criminology Welcomes New Faculty

Food Physics & Body Dynamics, United States of America

UNCW Sociology and Criminology Club Meetings Spring 2015 schedule

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Welcome to the Department of Sociology and Criminology in the College of Arts and Sciences at UNCW.Our department provides a rich learning experience for students interested in the social sciences. We offer a major in Sociology with either a Public Sociology or General Sociology option.  We also offer and a major in Criminology with the option to choose a criminology or criminal justice concentration. In addition, we offer minors in both Sociology and Criminology.  See our MA program webpage for more information about our Master’s in Sociology and Criminology.

For important information about majors, including degree requirements, course descriptions, and admissions requirements, go to these links to view the Sociology, Criminology, or Master’s Program pages.

It typically takes a minimum of two years to complete the requirements for a major in Sociology, whether choosing the General or Public Sociology concentration. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about the major! Please contact [Associate Chair Dr. Donna King].

Our Faculty page has information about all of our faculty members including their areas of research, courses they teach, their personal websites, and course syllabi.

If you are interested in joining the Sociology and Criminology Club or applying for a scholarship, visit Clubs & Scholarships to find out about club meeting schedules, available scholarships, requirements and deadlines.

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